Early ASMAC Hero: Arthur Lange

8 October 2015

Arthur Lange (1889-1956) was one of the early heroes in ASMAC’s history. He was considered by many of his generation to be the “Dean of Arrangers,” because he wrote Arranging for the Modern Dance Orchestra, published by Robbins Music in 1926. Later he organized the MGM Music Department and was musical director for some of the earliest sound films. He is credited with developing film scoring, music recording, and editing techniques in use for decades in the industry.

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